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The Grand Lodge, a lodge set up to serve the needs of its members, is now in Australia’s capital Canberra and it is being forced to relocate.
Grand Lodge Australia was based in the Gold Coast city of Adelaide from 1892 until 1919 and was based at the lodge on the Goldfields property where it was founded.
When the lodge moved to Canberra in 1975, the city council and the state government decided it should be moved to another location in the city, and the decision was approved by the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) government.
A report prepared for the ACT government said the decision to move the lodge was made in response to the growing number of complaints about the Grand Lodge and the increasing frequency of attacks on members.
The report said there was a significant risk that the location would become a breeding ground for the spread of rabies.
In November 2017, the Canberra Grand Lodge was notified by ACT police that the Grand Masters had moved to a new location in Canberra, after they were attacked in November 2017.
The decision to relocate the Grand Master’s lodge to Canberra was a long time coming, and in the process, the lodge has had to be relocated several times.
It is believed that when the Grand Lodges first moved to Australia, they were based in a lodge on a small property in Perth, which was then demolished in the 1950s.
There were several smaller lodges and the Grand Orient of the United States was founded in the early 19th century.
Since then, it has grown in size and capacity.
The lodge has been known to host several weddings, funerals, special occasions and parties.
Today, the Grand Grand Lodge is located on the grounds of the ACT Parliament building, and has about 300 members.
According to the ACT Government, the decision not to relocate was made to ensure that there was no danger to the community.
Acting ACT Chief Commissioner Andrew Scipione said the move was taken after the Canberra Police Department was informed of concerns about the potential for the Grand Masons to move into a new site in the Canberra CBD.
“We have to be mindful of the needs and concerns of the community, particularly as this is a city-centred city,” he said.
He said the Canberra police were working with the ACT Attorney-General’s Department, the ACT Department of Public Health and the ACT Council to provide information to the Grand lodge about the new location.
Mr Scipion said he hoped the move would allow the lodge to stay in Canberra.
This move is not the first time the Grand Lamps Lodge has had issues with its new location, which is just metres away from the ACT’s Parliament building.
On April 10, 2017, police were called to a lodge in the ACT capital Canberra after a man threatened the Grand Matron.
Police arrested and charged the man, who had assaulted the Grand Maestros members.
The Grand Lodge also had a disagreement with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) about the location of its lodge.
Members say the ABS had not released the lodge’s information, which would have made it more difficult to monitor the population, while the Grand Mate, who is responsible for the organisation, has refused to release it to the lodge.
The ABS has denied these claims.
Last year, a police raid on a Grand Lodge in Adelaide resulted in the arrest of members and the confiscation of items.